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FEB24
New York Airport Server Backups Left Exposed for Nearly a Year

ZDNet reports today that Stewart International Airport in New York left its server backups exposed on the open internet for almost a year. That included open access to gigabytes of emails, government files and passwords that could have given...

Security Updates by The Editor
FEB24
You Won’t Believe How Many People Connected to Our Rogue AP At This Year’s RSA Conference

We did it again! If you recall last year at the RSA Conference, our team set up a fake Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) and used an old Wi-Fi attack for a simulated hacking attempt to see how many clients we could trick in to connecting to it. This year...

Security Updates by The Editor
FEB24
Drone Spies on Hard Drives- Daily Security Byte

We’ve seen researchers exfiltrate data using electromagnetic feilds (EMF), high frequency audio, and even cellular frequencies, but this is the first time I’ve heard of a drone exfiltrating data from the blinky light on a hard drive. The...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
FEB24
Google Shatters SHA-1 – Daily Security Byte

SHA-1 is a cryptographic hashing function we use, among other things, to fingerprint sets of digital data, such as files or digital certificates. These functions are designed to output “unique” fingerprints for individual data sets. Over a decade...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
FEB23
MS Patch Update and 0day – Daily Security Byte

Last week, Microsoft cancelled Patch Day for some undisclosed reason. However, this week they released one critical update to fix a Flash flaw. Meanwhile, a Google researcher also disclosed a zero day Microsoft vulnerability to the public, since...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
FEB22
Shady Chrome Font – Daily Security Byte

Cyber criminals are always trying to find new ways to lure users into doing dumb things. For instance, you’ve probably heard about the old trick where hackers rig malicious web sites to deliver pop-ups telling you to download a video codec in...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
FEB22
Bitcoin’s Role in Ransomware

A recent report by Radware found that nearly 50 percent of businesses suffered a ransomware attack in 2016. And in most ransomware attacks, cybercriminals demand a Bitcoin payment in exchange for a decryption key. As experts have been debating...

Security Updates by The Editor
FEB21
Why Multifactor Authentication Beats Voice Biometrics

At the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, Pindrop shared the results of a recent study on voice biometric authentication. The research tracked 122 speakers in six languages (Italian, English, German, French, Dutch and Spanish), and found...

Security Updates by The Editor
FEB21
Microsoft Cancels February Patch Day – Daily Security Byte

Typically, the second Tuesday of every month is Microsoft Patch Day… but not this month. Last Tuesday, Microsoft cancelled Patch Day due to an undisclosed issue with their updates or the system that delivers them. They promise to release the Window and Office updates next month. Until then, be sure you’ve applied the Flash update from […] Read More - Microsoft Cancels February Patch Day – Daily Security Byte

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
JAN1
WatchGuard Threat Detection and Response

The newest WatchGuard Security Service, Threat Detection and Response (TDR), correlates network and endpoint security events with threat intelligence to detect, prioritise, and enable immediate action against your threats.

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